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  • New faces of immigration

    On a recent afternoon, 15-year-old Marlon Parras stood on a stage in front of 3,000 people and talked about the hardships he and his 13-year-old sister, Emiely, have faced since their parents were deported to Guatemala. He wept as he spoke softly of...
  • Immigration reformers hopeful

    Inside an Albany Park church on Saturday, Cardinal Francis George is expected to publicly urge the Obama administration to end immigration raids across the country, part of a renewed push for federal immigration reforms that has been gaining steam....
  • End immigration raids, cardinal tells president

    Cardinal Francis George on Saturday called on the Obama administration to end immigration raids across the country and pushed for passage this year of "comprehensive immigration reform" that is "fair and compassionate." "Such reform would be a clear sign...
  • A trade-off on immigration?

    With their prospects in Congress sinking along with the economy, liberal advocates of giving undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship are launching a risky strategy to push lawmakers and the White House to take up their cause. They propose that...
  • Daley decision unlocks others' pent-up ambitions

    Daley decision unlocks others' pent-up ambitions
    Mayor Richard Daley's surprise announcement Tuesday that he won't stand for re-election rocked the very political foundation of a city that's come to rely on his power and virtually unchallenged leadership. The decision also unleashed more than two...
  • Holder: Next on the GOP hit list?

     
    A week ago, we wrote an item questioning the choice of Eric Holder as an Obama v-p vetter, given Holder's role as a Department of Justice official in facilitating the Marc Rich pardon. As it turned out, the top......
  • Claypool: I'm not running for mayor

     
    Cook County Commissioner Forrest Claypool said Friday he will definitely not make a bid to succeed retiring Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley. Claypool, a former Daley chief of staff and Chicago Park District superintendent, is mounting an independent...
  • Kendrick Meek to Latinos: I’m your friend in Senate race

     
    Representative Kendrick Meek went over a checklist of issues before a group of Hispanic voters he met Friday at east Orange County’s Puerto Rican association as he reminded them that he is the Democrat in the U.S. Senate race – not the Republican...
  • > Photos: Meek reaches out to Puerto Rican, Latino community

     
    Democratic Senate nominee Kendrick Meek met with local Puerto Rican and Latino voters during a town hall meeting at the Asociación Borinqueña de Florida Central, in Orlando, Friday. Meek was joined by Rep. Luis Gutierrez, the 9th-term congressman f...
  • Someone must have been smokin' posies

     
    In Sneed's column this morning: Tipsville . . . No more manana for little Louie loop da loop: Watch for U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez to announce his run for Chicago mayor ... today. In the news this afternoon: Gutierrez says......
  • Sink tries to fire up Orlando activists, blows off the media

     
    Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink is warming up a home-stretch stump speech that plays off her new “Come with Me” ad, and tried it out Wednesday night for Orlando supporters. “If you want honesty and integrity, not arrests and....